ULI BC: A Conversation with City Manager, Paul Mochrie, City of Vancouver

When

2021-06-15
2021-06-15T12:00:00 - 2021-06-15T13:00:00
America/Los_Angeles

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    Where

    ZOOM

    Pricing

    Pricing Members Non-Members
    All Types FREE CA$15.00
    Virtual link will be provided within registration email confirmation.
    In Paul Mochrie’s first public address as the new City Manager for the City of Vancouver (appointed April 2021), he will share with the ULI BC community:
    • What's on the horizon at City Hall
    • How he hopes to tackle Vancouver’s biggest challenges
    • His vision for achieving the City's biggest goals
    Patti Glass, Grosvenor Americas, will engage Mr. Mochrie in discussion on these topics and other factors influencing and impacting land use as the City emerges from the Pandemic.

    Speakers

    Speaker

    Patti Glass

    Director, Corporate Marketing and Communications, Grosvenor

    Part of Grosvenor's international marketing communications team, Patti plays a key role helping to build the Company’s brand as an active and enduring real estate investor in the US and Canada.

    Speaker

    Paul Mochrie

    City Manager, City of Vancouver

    Paul Mochrie was appointed as city manager in April 2021 after serving as acting city manager since January 2021. Paul previously held the position of deputy city manager and provided oversight for a portfolio of direct service and corporate support departments, including Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services; Development, Buildings, and Licensing; Arts, Culture, and Community Services; Technology Services; and Human Resources. Paul joined the City in May 2011 as the general manager, Human Resource Services, and assumed the role of deputy city manager in October 2015. Paul brings to the City broad public sector experience, including time working with the provincial government, regional health authorities, and employers’ associations. Prior to joining the City, he worked with the BC Ministry of Health and led the development and management of commercial relationships between the PharmaCare program and pharmaceutical companies, retail pharmacies, and pharmacy wholesalers.